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ALPHAVILLE HOTEL (bilingual)   Wiwat Lertwiwatwongsa

A writer grappling with his characters or is it the other way around? in an impish homage to Jean-Luc Godard and Anna Karina. This novella inaugurates Thaifiction Publishings bilingual (Thai-English) series.

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AN ELEPHANT NAMED MALIWAN   Thanorm Maha-paoraya

The eternal love triangle: a drunkard, his son and an elephant. This gem of a novel, written during the Second World War, is a must-read for teenagers and grownups alike.

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AN ORDINARY STORY   Chart Korbjitti

The girl next door is struck down by cancer. What would you do?
By the top Thai novelist and short-story writer of the last thirty years.

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BEHIND THE PICTURE   Seeboorapha

A 1930s Thai romance with a Japanese setting and a political message by one of the best stylists of Siam.

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CARRION FLOATING BY   Chart Korbjitti

Trigger a car crash and you are fair game. Creepy tricks, dry wit.
By the author of The Judgment, Mad Dogs & Co,
Time and other memorable novels.

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COBRA   Wanit Jarungkit-anan

A man, a woman (or two) and ... a snake.
The national bestseller of 1987.

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FOUR REIGNS   Kukrit Pramoj

Permission to ‘translate’ kindly refused by the copyright holder, ML Visumitra Pramoj

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GHOSTS   Seinee Saowaphong

This prophetic, 1953 novel about the ghosts of time and rising radicalism in Thai society is widely considered as a masterpiece of art-for-life literature in twentieth-century Thailand.

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IMMORTAL   Wimon Sainimnuan

An ageing tycoon wants to achieve immortality by grafting his brain onto a younger body — until he is challenged by his very clone. A Thai novel on cloning — winner of the Year 2000 SEA Write Award.

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KHOAK PHRANANG   Wimon Sainimnuan

What happens to common country folk when they are caught in the jaws of wayward religion and superstition? Third part of Wimon Sainimnuan's quartet.

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